Learned Behaviors Dog Training celebrates positive reinforcement, force-free, and reward-based training are humane modern approaches to dog training. These techniques do not rely solely on treats, but focuses on other aspects that would be rewarding to the dog.
Force free and positive reinforcement does not mean lack of structural conduct or free rein of the house. Patience, structure, consistency, a little more patience and a lot of love are the key elements to a happy, well balanced and confident dog. Every dog, no matter how well-behaved, needs training, which strengthens the bond between pet and owner. No breed is too big or too difficult to be trained practicing force-free and humane dog training!
Our students include puppies and adult dogs needing manners to reactive or aggressive dogs. What makes us different is our unique approach to preventing future behavioral problems. Addressing challenging cases without the use of force, pain or intimidation is our mission. Learned Behaviors Dog Training works with a wide range of behavioral issues.
Not sure which program is right for you? Contact us today and we will help find the right fit for you and your dog.
Good manners, structure, and impulse control sessions for puppies. Yes, puppies are cute. But when the cuteness justifies misbehavior we are in trouble. The Cute Puppy License has an expiration date – this is where training becomes a necessity, no matter how ‘good’ or ‘cute’ puppies are. Although we will work on structure, training should […]
Similar to Puppy Principles training, Basic Obedience training sessions include structure, good manners and impulse control for your adult dog following the puppy stage. Maybe you have an adolescent, adult or senior dog, whom you think is too old to learn new tricks. Or maybe you have adopted a dog who is no longer a […]
Animal behaviorists state that when the emotional brain kicks in, the thinking brain kicks out. Beyond Obedience training is for behavior issues not deriving from lack of obedience. These behaviors may have developed from emotional distress, abusive previous homes, aversive training methods, negative associations, neurological or physiological (pain) issues, or even genetics. You may have […]
Some owners enjoy taking their dogs along on varied scenarios and other owners ask: ‘Besides obedience, what else can I do with my dog?’. If this sounds familiar, this is the best group of sessions for you and your buddy. Taking your dog to Starbucks or to the downtown strip with friends is a common […]